Sealed Source Safety Training for Ni-63 ECD Sources. Radiological & Environmental Management Purdue University. Training Goals. Basic Radiation Safety Principles Familiarization with Regulations Purdue’s Policies and Procedures. Why do I need training?.
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Sealed Source Safety Training for Ni-63 ECD Sources
Radiological & Environmental Management
Ni-63 decays by low energy
Due to the low energy of the beta particle, contamination
control is the only factor needed.
All dose limits include exposure from both internal and external sources.
These effects are not possible under any circumstances
with ECD sealed sources
If the integrity of the ECD source is maintained there is
no measurable radiation exposure.
If there is damage to the ECD or gas chromatograph
please notify REM and a survey will be performed.
The goal is to prevent unauthorized access
or use of radioactive materials.
Radiation Safety Officerjfschweitzer@purdue.edu
Laser Safety Officer, Assistant RSO firstname.lastname@example.org
Isotope Ordering & Distributionskrudolph@purdue.edu
Waste Handling & Meter Calibrationjjgibbs@purdue.edu
Waste Handling & Animal Hospital Supportmlnicholson@purdue.edu
Civil Engineering Building, Room B173www.purdue.edu/rem
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